The region for your investment
North-east of Brandenburg, between the capital city of Berlin and the Polish metropolis of Stettin, you will find one of the largest and most beautiful areas in Germany - the Uckermark region. As long ago as the Middle Ages, significant trans-regional trade routes changed the settlement patterns in the region. Today, the towns and municipalities of the Uckermark offer you the best possible transport connections to many industrial areas due to their geostrategic location.
Motorways 11 (E28 Berlin-Stettin-Minsk) and 20 (E22, AK Uckermark- Lübeck) intersect the region and create links to the trans European transport routes between Northern and Southern Europe (scandria, the Scandinavian-Adriatic developmental area) as well as the axes between Western and Eastern Europe.
The European inland waterway network or the Baltic Sea ports of Stettin and Swinemünde (Poland) can be reached via modern inland ports in Schwedt/Oder. On top of this, the Uckermark district offers unparalleled scenic natural environments and numerous cultural and leisure facilities. A region where you can live, make a home, work and enjoy a good life.
- 120.921 inhabitants
- 72,5% childcare rate for children between the ages of 0 and 6
- 34 cities and municipalities in a surface area of over 3,058km²
- 39,6 inhabitants per km²
- 3 major conservation areas of outstanding natural beauty
- 400 lakes and 24% forest area
- Maximum funding of 40% for commercial investments
- 50% to 75% funding for research and development respectively
- 4,000,000 m² of vacant space available for settlement and expansion
- more than 4000 companies working in industry, manual trade, commerce and the service industry
- 508 agricultural businesses
- 287.993 holidaymakers came to the region in 2014
- 884.213 overnight stays
- First place in the nationwide competition “Region for Sustainable Tourism 2012/2013”
The best position from a geostrategic point of view
Uckermark /Lübeck Baltic Sea Motorway
Airport Berlin-Brandenburg (BER)
Berlin Central Station (ICE, IC, RE)
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